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Predictors of Infant Age at Enrollment in Early Infant Diagnosis Services in Kenya

Despite the importance of early detection to signal lifesaving treatment initiation for HIV+ infants, early infant diagnosis (EID) services have received considerably less attention than other aspects of prevention of mother to child transmission care. This study draws on baseline data from an on-going cluster randomized study of an intervention to improve EID services at six...

Improving early infant HIV diagnosis in Kenya: study protocol of a cluster-randomized efficacy trial of the HITSystem

Background Early infant diagnosis among human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-exposed infants is a critical component of prevention of mother-to-child transmission programs. Barriers to early infant diagnosis include poor uptake, low retention at designated re-testing intervals, delayed test results, passive systems of communication, and poor linkage to treatment. This study will...

Unannounced telephone pill counts for assessing varenicline adherence in a pilot clinical trial

during the Niaman Nazir: No conflicts of interest. Month 1 refill visit and removed pills after the unannounced Lisa Sanderson Cox: No conflicts of interest. telephone pill count. We safeguarded against